We've been having trouble lately with players selling powerful decks to low level accounts and going crazy in the 5-12 rooms. We've got some adjustments in the works to help prevent this but until we ship them we've changed the fight type 1 & 2 rooms so that they are all level 7+. Not a perfect solution but it will allow for a more balanced group pf players where the strong will have less chance to prey on the new players with no real opposition.
Another suggestion would be..players can only challenge or accept challenges in the Non-ELO rooms while in a TOURNEY within a more than 50 or less than 50 Battle Point range as compared to their own Battle Points..just like in ELO..(but range maybe more or less, depends on what will work best)..these brackets can limit challenge options, meaning more competition for those people who'll be placing in the top ranks..even with random (coz all are affected by it, no one is immune) it will still be a matter of who plays well during the dailys because of the tight competition..but of course rooms should be split to separate levels or ranks to be fair and to give chance to all, new players and old players alike..
of course, only personal thoughts and suggestions..this is not to be taken seriously..
@ Painmaker..please think of the scenario here..what does a player's level have to do with how he/she play the game? does the higher level player get favored by random? does the higher level player get an extra bonus to beat up low level players? nope..they do not..
a player's level doesn't have anything to do with the game aside from telling us how long the player has been playing..and..what room can he enter..lol..but both things set aside..a player's level is nothing but an indicator..you win or lose mostly depending on what cards you have in hand compared to your opponent's plus how you play your cards compared to how your opponent plays his/hers..keep in mind that there are low level players out there who plays the game very well as compared to higher level ones and vice versa..
so..let's just wait and see what improvements come up..be patient..the UR staff are doing their best to meet our needs..
LOL..actually I'm a level 57 and I'm still an Imperator..there are lots of players below level20 out there that are already Titans with good collections..
and..new player + buy lots of credits = more cards to choose from..card collection usually depends whether a player usually buys credits or not, plays for credits in the DTs or not, and lots of other factors..BUT having more cards in the collection doesn't mean that a higher level player can construct a good deck to use or it doesn't mean that he/she knows how to play his/her cards right..
so to sum it all up...
collection has nothing to do with how great / lousy a player plays
level has nothing to do with how a player plays
winning usually depends on how the player plays the cards in hand regardless of level (and with a bit of luck i.e. random)
powerful cards doesn't always mean that a player can play the card well
even weak cards / weak draws can win against stronger cards (depends on the situation and how opponent plays,etc..)
Yeah, there will be people who buy unlimited credits, spend it all on packs, maybe get a bit of advice from players on a good deck, and there you have it, a player who *might* be accused of having a second account
they also might get advice/training from guild leaders, making them as good as any high level
The room was updated and look the same as the older tournament room
i think this was the game mods and admin's way to avoid people from having multiple accounts just to win the daily tournament
therefore, it is a very great move..
though, i can also see the point of the low level players, it is really hard to try to beat high level players so this serve as a disadvantage for them. on the other hand, this could also serve as a great way to teach them how to play better.
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